Don’t Put Faith in Your Doubt

“Question everything,” my generation has been told. To many millennials, doubting any information passed down to us comes as second nature. […]
October 16, 2017 by Kelsi Klembara

1518 The Legacy Project?

The image of a German monk nailing a revolutionary document—The 95 Theses—is inspiring and iconic. For this reason, some who […]

Piercing Evangelism

In a recent movie on Emily Dickinson, I was reminded of the vast difference between the faith of the Lutheran […]

Taking Ground

On the evening of May 24th, 1539 Martin Luther stood before a crowd at the Castle Pleissenburg, Leipzig. The following […]

The Aim And Goal of The Law

Love God and love your neighbor. That’s the whole law in a nutshell. The aim and goal of all laws […]

Sinners are the Heirs of the Reformation

I have been told many times that the future of Lutheranism lays in the hands of those who have not […]

Apple Watch Faith

For the last three years, I have been wearing an Apple Watch. One of the critical features of the watch […]

I Am That Guy

“Why evil?,” asks everyone from long time church going folk to militant atheists preaching on the Internet.  It’s a good […]
October 05, 2017 by Joel Hess

Unsavory Grace from an Unsavory Lord

Robert Farrar Capon made the excellent point that the parables of Jesus need to be understood as riddles—riddles that, when […]
October 04, 2017 by Dr. Steven Hein

Cursing in Defense of The Gospel

Why does Jesus curse His accusers (Psalm 109:20), but say, “bless those who curse you, do good to those who […]
October 03, 2017 by Donavon Riley